New York Times, Saturday, November 12, 1994

Author: Bryant White
Editor: Will Shortz
Bryant White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 42 Missing: {BKQZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Highlands tongue : ERSE
5. Name of two former Supreme Court Justices : LAMAR
10. London's Old _____ Theater : VIC
13. Maximum bet : LIMIT
15. Image: Prefix : ICONO
16. Constellation near Pavo : ARA
17. Digital music maker, in old Rome? : FOURHUNDRED
19. War site, informally : NAM
20. Grand : EPICAL
21. Give _____ whirl : ITA
22. Suffix with depart : URE
25. Germany's Tirpitz, for one: Abbr. : ADM
26. Irritant : NETTLER
29. Maison window : FENETRE
31. First duke of Normandy : ROLLO
32. 100 centimes : ONEFRANC
34. Coral reef predators : MORAYS
35. Actress Ullmann, in old Rome? : FIFTYFOUR
37. Discard : REJECT
40. Soft silk fabric used for linings : SARSENET
44. Actress Gillette : ANITA
45. More bryophytic : MOSSIER
46. Sailor, in British slang : MATELOT
49. Clinch : ICE
50. French marshal Michel : NEY
51. Election-night abbr. : PCT
52. 7-Up alternative : FRESCA
54. Ingested : ATE
55. 007's boss, in old Rome? : ONETHOUSAND
60. Cologne's loc. : GER
61. Imaginative tale : CONTE
62. Boris Godunov's daughter : XENIA
63. Football Hall-of-Famer Healey et al. : EDS
64. Used an abacus : ADDED
65. Ceraceous : WAXY
1. Tolkien's Legolas, e.g. : ELF
2. 1947 Hope-Crosby destination : RIO
3. Dallas inst. : SMU
4. Healer at Valhalla : EIR
5. Soother : LINIMENT
6. Elec. abbr. : ACDC
7. Capone rival : MORAN
8. Anoint, old-style : ANELE
9. Staff : ROD
10. Kind of bean : VANILLA
11. With a temper : IRATELY
12. Mustangs race them : CAMAROS
14. Overwrought : THEATRICAL
18. Hang glider's aid : UPDRAFT
22. "X-files" phenomenon : UFO
23. Stimpy's buddy : REN
24. 67.5 degrees : ENE
27. They're saved in trunks : TROUSSEAUX
28. Actress Liz : TORRES
30. Exhausted : EFFETE
33. Pitcher Young et al. : CYS
34. Rare-book binding : MOROCCO
36. Hungry : FAMISHED
37. Storm : RAMPAGE
38. Approved : ENACTED
39. Nervousness : JITTERS
41. "Delta of Venus" author : NIN
42. Shoe width : EEE
43. Hold in judgment : TRY
47. Land _____ : OFNOD
48. Political analyst's topic : TREND
53. Cigar tip : ETTE
55. Wood sorrel : OCA
56. Put in stitches : SEW
57. Bibliographic suffix : ANA
58. Prohibit : NIX
59. 1878 Kentucky Derby winner _____ Star : DAY

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